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I used SPItemEventProperties.AfterProperties instead of inner SPListItem and it worked fine. Thanks for reply. I'l try to set Synchronous and check if it help.


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You can use a calculated column to achieve this. Create a calculated column and set return type as number. Then, simply change the calculated column formula from C#.


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The executionTimeout in web.config specifies the maximum number of seconds that a request is allowed to execute before being automatically shut down by ASP.NET. Try setting it to at least 2000 seconds for your 2000 Items. <httpRuntime maxRequestLength="51200" requestValidationMode="2.0" executionTimeout="2000" />


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Based on your sample email, you are missing the "SSL" portion within your input. When you are splitting the entries into arr you are only getting back 8 items rather than 9. Attempting to access arr[8] when it doesn't exist will cause Object reference not set to an instance of an object. You should add some validation regarding length on the split lines. ...


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As you are hitting the server to frequently to Add items, SharePoint sometimes do stop the execution in between. I faced the similar issue when i was deleting items from the list. Your code is fine, I would suggest you to add a few moments of delay after adding like 50/100 items. Its even better if you can do an asynchronous loop but it will require you to ...


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Rupesh, You need to use ProcessBatchData for your scenario if you can use server side code. If you want to use only CSOM the below code works just fine. I have tested it already $(document).ready(function() { ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(abc, "sp.js"); }); function abc() { context = new ...



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